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  • Map: 1 pages
  • Publisher: National Geographic Maps; Fol Lam Ma edition (29 Jun. 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1566955181
  • ISBN-13: 978-1566955188
  • Product Dimensions: 10.8 x 0.3 x 23.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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This is simply the best map of Puerto Rico with the most detail on it. Not just a road map but with many other details as well.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
Beautiful map. 21 Jan. 2012
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The quality on this map is excellent. It's large and the print will be easily read by most. On one side you have the East side of PR covered, and on the other side is the West. On the East side you also have 2 insets: Old San Juan and the San Juan area. Isla Mona and Vieques are shown in their geographic areas off to the right and lower right of the island. The markings are clear and the quality of the paper used is top notch. Freeways and place of (possible) interests are clearly marked. I purchased the map to hang on my wall and study before I leave for the island. I got more than I expected in this price range, so I'm thrilled.

Great purchase. Highly recommended.
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Lost without it 11 Mar. 2012
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We rented a car for a week to tour Puerto Rico on our own. Driving there can be challenging, but this amazingly detailed waterproof map got us everywhere we wanted to go. A nice plus is that it also includes symbols for the best beaches and other activities, such as hiking.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Not a replacement for GPS but great guide 20 Oct. 2012
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This map cannot and will not replace your GPS. However, GPS capability was limited in Puerto Rico when it came to identifying locations, such as restaurants, places to see etc. I have a nuvi, with map updates. it was great to get me around the island. I did not get lost. If you have been there before, you should know, many streets has no street signs to identify them. Almost everyone uses land marks! Anyway, GPS was great IF I KNEW where I wanted to go! This map tells you what's available and where you should go. I always checked the location in the map and inputted in GPS to get me there.Map is cheap, delivers fast and it is USEFUL. It shows point of interests, lists historical and tourist sites, identifies beaches, land marks, reveals hidden jewels in PR. You should not be wasting money if you buy this map.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Very fine map, but some of the roads are wrong 2 April 2012
By James Pernikoff - Published on
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While not intended as purely a road map, the large size, larger than all other available maps, will make it useful for that purpose. Unfortunately, a number of routes are wrongly depicted as controlled access highways, which can lead someone onto an inferior road that he or she was not expecting. This includes route 2 (Hatillo to San German), route 3 (Canovanas to Fajardo, and Yabucoa to Guayama) and route 10 (in its entirety). I hope that the good folks at the Geographic correct these errors in their next edition.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Generally good but some significant errors 31 Aug. 2014
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This review is written from the point of view of the tourist from the US mainland that would want to rent a car in Puerto-Rico.

To the best of my knowledge there are four categories of roads in PR:
US Interstate class highways, signaled with the typical Interstate blue and red shield. Usually toll roads. Posted speed limits typically 65 mph. Best. (note: rentals usually come with a pass for the tolls for a small additional fee on top of the toll)
Other major highways, signaled with a blue-only shield (or sometimes black-only shield). Similar to a US highway. Usually free. Posted limits typically 55 mph. Better.
Major roads with a lane in each direction, signaled with a blue and yellow pentagonal sign similar to a US county road sign (new signs) or a black and white sign with the outline of PR similar to a US state road sign (old signs). Similar to a US county road. Posted speed typically varies between 35 and 50 mph. Good.
Minor roads with only 3/4 of a lane in each direction (so you have to slow down when you cross an incoming vehicle) signaled with a black and white circular sign (at least for new signs, seems old signs for minor roads are the same as old signs for major roads). No US equivalent. Don't expect averaging more than 20 mph even if no speed limit posted.

Free maps given by rental agencies are usually small and don't always clearly differentiate between major and minor roads. GPS also typically assume that you can average 50 mph on a minor road and make you take them when the proper approach is in fact to stick to major roads as much as possible, even if that increases the driving distance significantly.

So one needs a good map. And this map is the best map I found so far.

However this map is not perfect. It has some errors. For example on the south east of the island it claims that Interstate 53 (PR-53) is completed when it is clearly not the case! Between Yabucoa and Guyama one has to take PR-901 and PR-3 which are at best major roads with posted speed limits of only 25 mph! (and from having driven there recently following this map from Fajardo to Salinas I doubt that PR-53 will be completed any time soon). A less problematic example on the west is Interstate 2 (PR-2) which is more of a major highway than an Interstate between San German and Aguadilla.

In short I recommend you purchase and study this map prior to a trip to the island (and of course bringing it with you) but consider supplementing it with something else (e.g. maps from a guide, GPS, etc).
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